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Buying Gold Eagles? ( 07:45:08 SunOct 19 2008 )

I have a close friend that wants to invest in gold eagles. While the spot price is in place, it seems that none of our local coin dealers can get their hands on any.

Does anyone out there know a reputable source that has gold eagles in stock? Or can get them in?

Or how about some other reputable bullion gold coins?

Preferably in Oregon?

Thanks for any help!!

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 18:52:44 SunOct 19 2008 )

Hi Dave,

I don't know about Oregon but there are on-line dealers that say they have gold.

Try Blanchard- I just checked their website and Gold Eagles are shown.

http://www.blanchardonline.com/home.php

Or also,

APMEX and/or Kitco.

Good Luck

Ken

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 21:50:53 MonOct 20 2008 )

Dave, the only thing I can find are Maple Leafs. If he wants some leave his info with the girls at the office and let me know.

Jeff

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 00:50:30 TueOct 21 2008 )

Hi Dave,
Eagles are spot plus a premium because of the demand. I believe I can get you some if you still need them.

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 18:37:23 WedOct 22 2008 )

Those Eagles and Buffalos (1 Oz.) are not available anymore - sorry - I am not sure why but the Mint has stopped producing 1 oz.'s for the last quarter of this year. Gold prices too volatile? Expect to pay spot plus premium $100+. Just crazy out there.
Expect a run on toilet paper because Wall Street is so full of !^&#

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 00:50:05 ThuOct 23 2008 )

Do you suppose the Mint stopped producing Eagles and Buffalos because they were afraid of the exapnsion of what this business man did?

http://www.liberty-watch.com/volume03/issue08/coverstory.php

Read the article about him paying his employees in gold coin. I am sure that the IRS did not like it. Do you suppose the supply of these US gold coins stopped so that no one else could emulate this?

It is a thought.

Ken
[1 edits; Last edit by keninla at 00:50:48 Thu Oct 23 2008]

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 04:14:57 ThuOct 23 2008 )

dave I buy and sell alot of pre 1933 $20 saint gaudens double
eagle coins and found that you are better of to buy them of
ebay. buy ms63 or better.
hope this helps. I have 5 for sale on ebay right now

doug
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 14:45:22 TueNov 11 2008 )

I realize this is an old thread and your friend may already found a solution. But specifically in Oregon there is a guy in Portland, Affordable Jewelry and Precious Metals who sells bullion.

But, he may not have any either.

Myself? As soon gold prices go down a bit more (I expect them to), I will buy into the gold pool at Kitco. Your friend could do the same and have hard metal delivered as it becomes available. The shortages appear to be strictly a coin production issue rather then a shortage in the metal itself.

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 20:41:54 WedNov 12 2008 )

I do have the correct answer!!! 130,000 or so were minted the first time around, they are all sold out. The good news is that another mint is supposed??? to take place with the new year. These coins will be collecters because they might not mint gold coins again after this for a long time so you better get your hands on them as soon as they roll off the mint. Hope I helped that will be 1 Gold Eagle Coin please.

  
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Re: Buying Gold Eagles? ( 21:55:20 TueDec 2 2008 )

Hey there Dave, just a quick response to this thread about gold eagles. A place in Redding called Goldmart has a least 10 probably more they were minted from West Point Mint he doesn't care about the dates although he is selling them for $90.00 over and they are in mint condish. Have a good one I'll see you next summer I live in Mt. Shasta now.

  

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